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Brewery Hikes

In North San Diego County, all trails lead to beers! At least, if you take any of these three routes where four breweries are on standby, ready to quench your post-hike thirst … and cure whatever ales you. (Pun is the beer talking.)

Week 10.03.2019
Regions Southern CA

Beach to Brew Times 2

Beach Hiking Between Breweries in North San Diego County

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Nothing represents North County San Diego better than a walk on the beach and a stop at a local brewery—or two.
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I'll Have a Double!

Hiking to Double Peak and Double Peak Brewery

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Get the best view and best brew of “San Parkos” on a 4.5-mile out-and-back summit trek to Double Peak Park, which looms above North County, followed by a tasting flight at Double Peak Brewery.
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Stone Cold Escondido

Stone Brewery Hike in Escondido

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Escondido is Spanish for “hidden,” but its adventurous ales and tasty trails are right out in the open. It’s home to the not-so-secret Stone Brewing and a hike that’s just a stone’s throw away.
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